The Breton family business, Séhédic, has existed since 1950 and is certified organic. Séhédic has almost 20 hectares of orchards in the Fouesnant region. They grow about thirty different types of cider apples in these orchards. The majority of these species originate from the Fouesnant and Cornouaille regions. About 1/3 of the trees are standard trees, the rest are low-stem.
The flavors of the apples can be divided into the categories: sweet, sweet/bitter, bitter and sour. No pesticides are used. The apples are partly picked by hand and further collected with a special machine: the ramasseuse automotrice. Séhédic also combines authentic methods with modern equipment in the production of the cider.